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storchheim Nov 12, 2012
Her life's not destroyed. She had no work ethic to begin with so that's the same. She'll just find a crooked doctor to say she's disabled - PTSD after being caught, maybe, and is just too depressed ever to work again. Or she can make some babies, get some cash that way. It'd be nice if this type of life were ruined, but it never is, it's converted to victimhood.
dakjlmk2 Nov 12, 2012
She just destroyed her life for less than $2,000.00 Makes you wonder what was worth it?
chrissara1011 Nov 12, 2012
this woman was placed on 4000 dollar bond yet the woman that beat a toddler beyond recognition only recieved a 1500 dollar bond????Im not saying she doesnt deserve it but i am saying the beater deserves a bigger bond than she got
PanthersFan45 Nov 12, 2012
It's Going to be very difficult for her to get another job after this.
Dollars-and-Sense Nov 12, 2012
Macy's is huge conglomerate that needs to be broken up just like the "too big for their britches" banks we won't mention. Anyone not having to deal w/collections doesn't know the truth.
Excuse me? What does your comment have to do with an employee embezzling? Companies can be broken up if they're deemed a monopoly...which Macy's is not. They have plenty of competition in the free-market USA. As far as collections, you would not have to deal with collectors if you paid your bills responsibly. Live within your means. I hear TJ Maxx is having a sale?
vincentwilliam794 Nov 12, 2012
Why is it, that people have good jobs and just ruin it by stealing, dang. Im a vet having a real hard time, but, doing something like that has never entered my mind. and it is getting worse, if you scroll down to Raleigh news, a lady that works for a law firm, was embezzling ($100,000) from her employer..I dont get it. what are these people thinking? they, must know they will get caught sooner or later. Now, they have no job, will probably have major family issues and a criminal record..geez..
bubbaOK Nov 12, 2012
Macy's is huge conglomerate that needs to be broken up just like the "too big for their britches" banks we won't mention.
Anyone not having to deal w/collections doesn't know the truth.